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BMW X3, SUV
#1 of 1854 BMW X3, Prices Paid and Buying Experiences
Mar 12, 2004 (4:58 am)
Can anyone share what they are paying for an X3 3.0 and 2.5 with metallic paint, xenons, heated seats and premium package? Any ideas what dealers are giving off? Is there a noticeable difference between the power of the 3.0 and 2.5. thanks .
#2 of 1854 I dont know if it is a good deal
Mar 12, 2004 (9:08 am)
I paid $41700 for my Blue Water X3 3.0 with Premuim, Cold Weather packages and adaptive Xenon lights. This includes destination charges, but paid Tax/Title/Reg. extra.
#3 of 1854 ED x3 3.0i
Mar 17, 2004 (7:29 pm)
I paid $37,626 for 3.0, standard, premium, metalic,xenon,and privacy glass with European delivery. This was $1726 over ED invoice price.
#4 of 1854 X3 pricing
Mar 18, 2004 (3:53 pm)
I ordered an X3, European Delivery with: Cold weather, premium and sport packages, Steptronic transmission, Servotronic steering, rear door airbags, style 114 wheels, power folding mirrors, park distance control, xenons, navigation, premium sound, privacy glass, metallic paint for $44,815
#5 of 1854 X3 2.5 Price in CT
Mar 19, 2004 (6:13 pm)
Our Silver Grey is somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic right now. We ordered a 2.5, premium package, heated seats, privacy glass, steptronic, cargo net. $36,000 and they threw in carpeted and rubber winter mats along with a mini bmw ride-on car for our baby on the way. I could have paid less at a dealer further away, but I elected to pay more from the closer dealer with the better reputation.
#6 of 1854 X3 3.0
Mar 21, 2004 (6:44 pm)
Got $2000 off MSRP plus floormats on an X3 3.0 6-speed with premium, heated seats, privacy glass.
#7 of 1854 3% off x3 3.0
Mar 22, 2004 (6:26 pm)
which came out to ~1300 off the 44.6 k x3 3.0 with most options. Not sure if I can get better, but bart001 seems to have. Maybe I can get them to include alarm, homelink and xm
#8 of 1854 When to buy?
Mar 22, 2004 (6:38 pm)
I am thinking of getting an X3 sometime between now and November. Is there a "best" time during the year to negotiate a good deal on an X3 (or a BMW in general)?
For instance, when will BMW switch over to the 2005 model year? I presume that if I can find a 2004 I like in stock when the 2005 models are coming out, then I might get a better deal.
What if I want to order an X3? Is there a particular time during the year when dealers are more flexible on pricing?
I would appreciate any advice that X3 or other BMW buyers could offer.
#9 of 1854 gohuskies
Mar 23, 2004 (8:08 am)
I am also doing a ED on an x3 in early June. Please post your experience on the ED for BMW, if you are going before then. Thanks